All investments have some element of risk. Returns are typically not guaranteed. However, Good Cause/Good Investment ventures can be secured by collateral in the community.
Investors may realize the satisfaction of directing personal funds into local and regional endeavors that will create a better quality of life for all members of the community. In addition, jobs and economic opportunities may be created for citizens and residents which is a sustainable way to circulate capital locally and ensure prosperity for the community.
A Good Cause/Good Investment program for a community should have a reasonable annual return with no pre-payment penalties and investment blocks should allow for smaller investers to join with larger investors.
If an investment vehicle such as a LLC or a limited partnership is to be created, Sustainable Prosperity can assist in finding qualified legal counsel and other professional vendors to guide the process.